Hall-Harper: Comments defending Tate Brady were ‘white privilege in action’

Hall-Harper, Tulsa's lone black councilor, was visibly troubled by the comments made Wednesday, and said that she would eventually vote in favor of the name change.
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Once thought to be a juggernaut, support for teacher causes appears to have waned

Educators were the toast of Oklahoma last spring following their successful walkout and rally at the State Capitol. But support for the cause seems to have petered out if Tuesday's election results are any guide.
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Kevin Stitt rides outsider status to easy win in race for governor

In his victory speech, Kevin Stitt raised his hand above his head and thanked Jesus before talking of running Oklahoma more like a business.
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Tulsa County District Attorney Steve Kunzweiler wins second term

Kunzweiler, the Republican candidate who first succeeded his former boss Tim Harris as DA in 2014, jumped out to a slight early lead and slowly built his advantage throughout the night.
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#OKvotes: Live Oklahoma election coverage

Stay with us tonight for ongoing election coverage of the many compelling races tonight.
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Help us raise $50,000 to fund nonprofit journalism in Oklahoma

Starting Nov. 1 through Dec. 31, The Frontier is eligible for a matching gift opportunity from NewsMatch, a national call-to-action that support nonprofits like us.
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Serving life without parole for drugs, Oklahoma man now hopes for release

In the early 1990s Oklahoma did not have any drug court programs that could have allowed Kevin Ott to seek treatment, and his life without parole sentence disqualified him from entering rehab.
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Red wall: Vice President Mike Pence says Kevin Stitt is who ‘Oklahoma deserves’ at rally

Pence was the guest of honor, and though Republican gubernatorial hopeful Kevin Stitt was the one getting toasted, much of the attention at Thursday's rally was on President Donald Trump.
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Kevin Stitt’s teacher problem

Advertising campaigns touting Stitt's support among educators have been criticized as being misleading and the gubernatorial candidate's high school chemistry teacher says he won’t vote for his former student.
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Little help for Oklahoma diabetics as cost of insulin soars

A study at the Oklahoma Legislature to examine high insulin prices was abruptly canceled. “It’s frustrating, but it doesn’t change the fact that I intend to file legislation to look at how we can address this issue,” Rep. Forrest Bennett said.
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